Reviewed – Silvertwin -You Only

Rating - 5/5 In anticipation of their self-titled debut album, London quintet Silvertwin brings us their single ‘You Only’; it’s a sun-drenched slice of 70s soft rock, heavily influenced by the West Coast Beach-Boy aesthetic and the subsequent yacht rock artists that followed in their wake. The vocals carry with them the smooth melodic quality... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Estate – Ghost

Rating - 4/5 Estate are a four-piece rock band from Telford. Since their ‘I Was There’ EP in 2019, they’ve been establishing their alternative rock sound with additional tracks released in 2020. Their latest single ‘Ghost’ arrived in January of this year on their EP of the same name and is their most played song... Continue Reading →

Smile And Pretend: Torre Cioffi

The year is 2016. The location, Boston, MA. We are finally having to put the lyric “I’m getting good at saying goodbye” into play. It’s the last show Transit will ever play and we definitely have to accept that nothing lasts forever. Was this the last we’d see of Transit? Yes. Its members? Not a... Continue Reading →

Hoagies and Happiness: Goalkeeper

The last year may have left a lot of us black and blue, but even with the twists and turns it brought, we definitely were still gifted with some rad music. Now obviously without shows and promoting new music on the road, bands really used the time to promote in new ways, focused on creating... Continue Reading →

Big Light Shining Through: The Insides

Follow the band on Instagram - @the_insides @evilsisterart (Joe- singer/guitarist) @iangallagher12(Ian- bass) @nowhereusa(Mark- drums)  Philadelphia. Yet another East Coast city that shines through with a big light musically. I mean we’ve got bands like Circa Survive, Modern Baseball, and The Starting Line, just to name a few. It is no wonder when living and or growing... Continue Reading →

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